All right, so what are the chances of this: Last week, we reported seeing the Fray on the inside cover ofRolling Stone
. Last night, I cracked open the new issue ofSpin
, and right there on page 86 is the smiling faces of Meese staring back at me. As with their comrades in the Fray, the men of Meese were not editorialized but rather appear in a quasi advertorial for Knob Creek by way of photos taken at an event co-sponsored by the booze peddler andSpin
. Just the same, the band is likely to generate some press with its forthcoming major label debut, which, coincidentally, the group literally just put the finishing touches on yesterday.
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